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Postby Tanin » Tue Feb 06, 2007 4:16 am

Yes. I agree that they will able to kill human being without much effort if they wanted to... In the past, I think some use to killed people, for example for harpy eagle, previously... in the mitos it show that harpy is a very big creature which is half women and half bird and they can kill and eat people...


In Malaysia, legally not many people that kept it (I mean personally and not including bird park, company or Zoos). However, illegally I believed there are... :lol: :lol:

From my observation, at the moment Malaysian have a lots of advantage compared to previously... for example, now there are lots of bookshop that sell good book about falconry and bird of prey... and the most important thing is that I believed that we have the best Vet (which specialised in BOP - If I am not mistake Dr. Jalila from UPM is actually specialise in BOP, but since there are no case regarding BOP, most of the patient now is pet bird... if you visit her office in UPM, you can see lots of BOP photo including some that she handle during her time oversea...) :lol:
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Postby sliver2c » Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:19 am

wow so powerfull yet can be tame and train, amazing!!!!
I wish i can keep one but before that i want to have more knowledge about it first before commiting to it and i believe now we Malaysians are more open to this kind of birds and i agree that we can get more knowledge from so many books thats available here now compare to last time.

and i really want to meet Dr Jalila, maybe she can advice more regarding health and from you i can gain more knowledge about the BOP.

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Postby Tanin » Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:40 am

sliver2c wrote:wow so powerfull yet can be tame and train, amazing!!!!
I wish i can keep one but before that i want to have more knowledge about it first before commiting to it and i believe now we Malaysians are more open to this kind of birds and i agree that we can get more knowledge from so many books thats available here now compare to last time.

and i really want to meet Dr Jalila, maybe she can advice more regarding health and from you i can gain more knowledge about the BOP.

Thanks Tanin you are the man :wink: :wink:


hehe... they are not really tame actually... for most of them, yes we do able to train them to fly to us or listen to some of our instruction, but we do have to respect them i.e. give them thier space... mostly they don't allowed us to touch or cuddle them...
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Postby sliver2c » Tue Feb 06, 2007 7:36 am

ya looking at their size i think better give them their space :D and its amazing how something so powerfull can actually listen to command and instruction when actually they can just crush us with their talons

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Postby Tanin » Tue Feb 06, 2007 8:37 am

sliver2c wrote:ya looking at their size i think better give them their space :D and its amazing how something so powerfull can actually listen to command and instruction when actually they can just crush us with their talons


:lol: :lol: Yes... that is why jesses is very important. When the bird is at our fist, we will grab the jesses and put it in the 'safe position' i.e. the bird will not able to grab us.... failure to put the jesses into 'safe position' will make it is risky and sometimes the bird can just grab the handler face or arm if she is not in good mood :o :o
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Postby sliver2c » Wed Feb 07, 2007 2:01 am

oh ok thats why the jesses are so important is there any incident where the handler is harm by the BOP?


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